Author: Will Kropp

Love Notes: Restoring Wholeness

Our theme in October is Healing. The dictionary definition is: to make healthy, whole, or sound; to become well. Synonyms include: alleviate; reconcile; soothe; repair; mend; revive.

Last month, we talked about how for Unitarian Universalists, covenant is a promise to connect to the Source of … read more.

Membership Matters by Barb Richards – October 2016

We honor members, friends, visitors
Our thoughts and good wishes continue to be with:  Jenny Fitt-Pester is recovering quickly from minor shoulder surgery last month.  Kim Elderbrook had surgery last month for a pesky, painful on-going infection.  Kim, speedy recovery as we miss YOU, and your … read more.

UUCB Two Services Starting January – Update


Our Mission: The Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder will become a beacon of liberal religion, committed to:

Nurturing the spiritual growth of our diverse and multigenerational religious community’
Fostering ministry and hospitality between and among our members, friends and visitors
Actively promoting Unitarian Universalist values here and in the … read more.

Vote in the Upcoming Election

Our Fifth Principle is: The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large. We live that Principle by voting. Taking action bolsters hope.


Colorado law allows you to register to vote through Election Day.  But please … read more.

Would you like to be a Hospitality Volunteer?

Contribute your efforts toward creating a welcoming Sunday morning experience! Abigail Highland, Membership Coordinator, is looking for people to sign up as volunteers on Sundays to help with ushering, coffee setup and cleanup, providing food, and greeting (great family activity.) If you are interested in … read more.

Installation of Rev. Kelly Dignan – You are Invited!

Join us in this powerful ceremony that will formalize the call of Rev. Kelly to the Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder.  Unitarian Universalist ministers from the local area and across the country will participate along with interfaith leaders from our neighboring congregations. The act of … read more.

Climate Action Ministry

The Climate Action Ministry meets monthly on the third Wednesday at 6:30PM to promote sustainability practices at the individual and societal level. The team provides inspiration and education about how to take action on climate issues through worship services, adult and RE education programs, and … read more.

Exciting News about our Teens!

Exciting news: Our teens and their advisors, Suzy and Ted, have painted the Teen Room and are ready to furnish it! We are now looking for a couple of donated couches and a few comfy chairs in good shape. If you can help, contact Janen … read more.

Opportunity Fair Continued

Opportunity Fair Continued

If you didn’t get a chance to attend the Opportunity Fair on October 4, never fear! You can get an online view of the tables that were there. Just click here.

Insert your name and email under the committees/ministry teams that interest you … read more.

Love Notes: “Choosing Our Ancestors”

Thanks to Rev. Scott Tayler for inspiring this reflection.

Ancestry is our theme this month, and together we will explore what it means to be a people of ancestry. American writer, Ralph Ellison, says, “Some people are your relatives but others are your ancestors, and you … read more.


I am very much looking forward to a month of appreciating our UU Ancestors (our church theme for November) because we have some outstanding men and women in our faith whose life stories inspire both young and old. On November 22nd in our Full church … read more.

President’s Report by Caitlin Moore

Wow! The month of October has been filled with great activities, opportunities to covenant with one another, and moving thoughts about this month’s theme “Letting Go.” I thought I would write briefly to send out some thank you notes.

Our Opportunity Fair on October 3rd was … read more.

Membership Matters by Barb Richards

We honor members, friends, visitors!

Our thoughts and good wishes continue to be with: Jim & Adrienne Hester as they deal with his pancreatic cancer diagnosis. He now has home Hospice, but is committed to finishing a book he is currently writing! Theresa Koenke Diaz was … read more.